Selena Gomez is struggling after suffering another breakdown. And now, after the 26-year-old “Slow Down” singer voluntarily checked in to a psychiatric treatment center, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that her management team has “canceled everything on her calendar from this point forward."
“Selena will not be doing any work right now and her main priority should be to get the help she needs,” a source said.
As Radar reported, Gomez recently completed her latest film, A Rainy Day In New York. And after dropping the music video on Oct. 9 for "Taki Taki," her hit song with DJ Snake, Ozuna and Cardi B, she will not be doing any promotional work for the video or the tune, the source said.
According to reports, Gomez’s mental health crisis hit while she was hospitalized for low white blood cell count one year after undergoing a kidney transplant. On top of her physical health problems, the star's ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber’s recent marriage to rebound Hailey Baldwin sent her over the edge, sources said.
Last month, the troubled singer told fans that she was quitting social media — sending her millions of followers into a frenzy.
“I can’t believe people care that I have followers. Like why do people care?" Gomez questioned. "That’s the craziest thing to me. I have no idea why. Because that’s not what life is about at all. It makes no difference to me, at all. If I had zero followers, literally. I mean I’d be sad, but I mean I’d lived my whole life in front of everyone, and this is what you get."
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